Report: Jamal Adams out for season

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Seahawks safety Jamal Adams‘ season is over after one game.

Adams will have season-ending surgery to repair his torn quad tendon, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

During Monday night’s game over the Broncos, Adams went down awkwardly while pressuring Russell Wilson, then limped to the sideline and was carted to the locker room. It was apparent immediately that he had suffered a significant injury.

It’s the latest setback for Adams, who arrived in Seattle in a massive trade that included two first-round draft picks, and who signed a big contract extension with the Seahawks.

Adams’ first two seasons in Seattle were disappointing, and now his third season with the Seahawks is over just as it was getting started.

42 responses to “Report: Jamal Adams out for season

  1. I can’t imagine the stress he feels and the cloud hanging over him. Get well JA. Sorry Seahawks fans

  2. Buffalo started a 6th round DB rookie this season.
    To trade multiple 1st’s and cash for a vet DB is a sign that your scouting dept. is clueless.

  3. riggedkangaroocourt says:
    September 15, 2022 at 1:55 pm

    For as tough as he acts, he sure is soft

    This just in – there are no soft NFL players.

  4. Josh Jones is another track to be a very good player. I think he’s a better fit than Adams in our system.

  5. Here’s a rule to live by: never trade more than one 1st round pick for any player unless that player is a QB.

  6. It’s insane that teams make these huge trades for players that need a new contract one year later and they then have to give the player whatever they want in order to justify the trade.

    Seems like a terrible way to do business.

  7. Still can’t believe that trade and sign. Biggest mistake of Schneider’s career and it keeps coming back to bite them.

  8. In hind-sight, the trade & contract is looking awful for Seattle. However, you cannot short sell this man’s talents or the fact that he is a positive personality from all accounts I have read. Hope he stays chill and gets well for next year. By that time Seattle will start their ascent to the top of the NFC West.

  9. If the Seahawks cut Adams (can’t imagine anyone wanting to trade for him) the dead money cap hits are as follows: this year $30M, 2023 $21M, 2024 $14M and 2025 $7M. Yikes.

  10. touchback6 says:
    September 15, 2022 at 1:44 pm
    20 mil per

    2 1st rd picks

    It’s just unconscionable

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    In all fairness at least Seattle got something when their HOF quarterback left town.

  11. It’s one thing to give your own star players huge contracts…
    …but to give up multiple 1st rounders AND all that money is idiotic.

  12. Still can’t believe that trade and sign. Biggest mistake of Schneider’s career and it keeps coming back to bite them.
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    From the Packers school, I find it very hard to believe Schneider would give up draft capitol AND set the market for a non-premium position. Its just not how Green Bay did buisness. For Favre, or Reggie, or Rodgers, sure. Not for guys that are a dime a dozen in the Draft.

    I think this was a Pete move. I think he hoped Adams would fill Chancellors role.

    It would be great to know. Doubt we ever will.

  13. The Seahawks have been the worst at these big trades . Jamal Adams has joined the Seahawks big bad deal wall of shame . He is right up there with Percy Harvin ,TJ Houshmamzadeh ,Jimmy Graham …. They need to stop it or they will end up with a worse reputation than the Browns .

  14. Gotta agree; time to move on. Pete and John love Jamal Adams for his style of play and his reckless abandon. But, Adams isn’t as tough as a Kam Chancellor or Earl Thomas (two others who played with reckless abandon).

  15. The Jets got Garret Wilson and Vera-Tucker with the first round picks from this trade. They’re on rookie contracts that combined are less than the Seahawks are paying Adams. Jury is still out because we’re talking about a rookie and a second year player but right now if they’re just on the field in any capacity that trade looks pretty one sided on the Jet’s favor!

  16. If the Seahawks cut Adams (can’t imagine anyone wanting to trade for him) the dead money cap hits are as follows: this year $30M, 2023 $21M, 2024 $14M and 2025 $7M. Yikes.
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    Spotrac says otherwise.

    If he is released in June next year; $7.11mil for 2023, $14.22mil for 2024, and they save $11mil on his salary.

    If they cut him before June 2023, they eat the $21.33mil in its entirety.

  17. crookfactory says:
    September 15, 2022 at 2:44 pm
    touchback6 says:
    September 15, 2022 at 1:44 pm
    20 mil per

    2 1st rd picks

    It’s just unconscionable

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    In all fairness at least Seattle got something when their HOF quarterback left town.

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    I said that the other day. Although you have to wonder if they felt forced to make the Wilson trade to make up for that blunder.

  18. This might be best for Seattle. It will be much easier to justify cutting their losses now and completely wash their hands of this mistake. Time to move on. Again.

  19. At least the way Russ played, the Adams deal may get surpassed as one of the worst trades in the history of the NFL, this includes the new deal signed by both.

  20. txdr says:
    September 15, 2022 at 2:43 pm
    If the Seahawks cut Adams (can’t imagine anyone wanting to trade for him) the dead money cap hits are as follows: this year $30M, 2023 $21M, 2024 $14M and 2025 $7M. Yikes.
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    Yes, you’d have to attach a draft pick to be rid of that contract. After the 2023 season, his base salary exceeds his dead money charge, so it’s probably one more season before releasing him (2024: $16.5 mil to play vs. $6.2 mil. in guaranteed money + $8 mil. charge for prorated signing bonus to be cut)

  21. The Seahawks have been the worst at these big trades . Jamal Adams has joined the Seahawks big bad deal wall of shame . He is right up there with Percy Harvin ,TJ Houshmamzadeh ,Jimmy Graham … They need to stop it or they will end up with a worse reputation than the Browns
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    Houshmamzadeh was a free agent, as I recall.

    They won the Duane Brown trade, for sure. The line would have been terrible without him.

    They gave up very little for Clowney. Not a very memorable trade though, overall. Could have been huge if he lived up to his talent.

    The Harvin trade was bad. But lets not forget his impact on that Super Bowl. Denver had to account for him on offense, and he absolutely put that game on ice with the kick return.

    .. In a Title window, I want my team to get players like Harvin and Graham. Not a great team building strategy, but when the window is open GO FOR IT.

    … no defending the Adams trade. Just awful.

  22. Top 5 worst trades in NFL history by far maybe #1 Sorry Hawks fans the 1 year dynasty is over for good. Legion Of Boom died 2013

  23. While watching, I focused on where Mr Big Mouth was. I thought he played OK, not the usual second to tackle and jump around afterwards. Still glad to have him out of my team’s locker room.

  24. Injuries are impossible to predict. It’s unfortunate for football fans when a top player is out for the season. I’m not a Seattle fan, but when a guy can play this game at the high level Adams does, I have tons of respect.

  25. The Jets May draft horrible players like Darnold and Adams… but they know how to fleece bad organizations of their draft picks.

  26. That trade was like dueling idiot savants.

    Giving the jets a pair of first round picks is like giving a certain type of person a couple hand grenades.

  27. Sure are a lot of fans worried about the Hawks.

    LOL

    I get it, it’s been a decade of getting slapped around.

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